A pick of the signs at today’s massive London rally. Continue reading “First They Came for the Muslims”
The Moon passes closest to Venus
Earth’s small brother planet crosses the celestial equator on January 29, at 12 by Universal Time.
I got a phone call from New York. Bruce King Continue reading “Devices, 1: Star Hat”
This isn’t just a gray patch, it’s a large number of dots. I hope you can see them.
This year the first of the major asteroids that we pass at opposition is the brightest, the only one you can possibly find with the naked eye: asteroid 4, Vesta.
My dear friend Fred has been honored by having an asteroid named for him: 7065 Fredschaaf.
Venus on January 12 reaches 47 degrees of elongation, that is, distance from the Sun, on the left side (as seen from our northern hemisphere) – the evening side.
Meteors of the Quadrantid stream are expected this year to reach their peak about Jan. 3 14h by Universal Time.